Wordsworth often in his poetry wrote about his experiences with wildlife being almost religious in nature. The biblical reference to the daffodils being “a host” (line 3) add to the experience of these flowers being something that is above man. The reference is to Gods army of divine angels . The beauty of the daffodils is a beauty that man could never replicate, only God has the ability of forming anything of equal splendour. The subtle imagery of angels also strengthens the personification of the daffodils.
The romantics always favored nature over order. Nature has not been altered by reason; it is pure. This idea is clearly shown in this poem through the various similes and metaphors almost all of which have to do with nature. The skylark, the “cloud of fire”, the “golden lining of the sunken sun”, the “purple evening”, the “stars of heaven”, etc. Shelly makes very little mention of anything man-made.
One example for that is “The Raven”. The poem is written by Edgar Allen Poe and focuses on grief, sorrow and death. The main character suffers from sadness and depression due to the loss of his beloved Lenore. At one night, while he distracts himself of his sorrow, he believes he hears someone tapping on his chamber door and is left confused when he does not see anyone at
In a spiritual and loving tone it states, “i want, no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true)” (Cummings 6-7). Each one of the poems are unique in their own way, but both of them have a completely divergent feeling and tone to them. “Annabel Lee” has a dark, gloomy, and cold tone that makes the reader feel a sense of loneliness. On the other hand, “i carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart)” has a warm, soft hearted tone that makes the reader feel a sense of love and enjoyment. Even though both of the poems have completely different tones and emotions toward the reader, they are both extremely powerful and heartfelt.
What do you feel when you are alone or isolated ? Perhaps a pang of emptiness? Or freedom? The poem, “I wandered lonely as a cloud”, by William Wordsworth, inspired by his stomping grounds is well loved because of it’s simple yet beautiful rhythms and rhymes. The poem revisits the familiar subjects of nature and memory, with a spare musical eloquence.
Even for the word “I", Cummings continuously uses “i". What he is doing is not pointless, by using lower case lettering, he tries to convey that his love is like the gentle breeze, it is light and pleasant. No capitalization indicates no compulsion in loving someone. He also tries to say that his lover and he are equal, no one better or more noble than other, that is why he uses “i" instead of “I”. He might think that by capitalizing the word “I”, it will lift his level up over his lover and he will humiliate his lover, by being some levels higher than her.
Robert plays off feelings that we all get when we are away from home for long periods of time. He refers to sights and sounds that we think of when people think of home like the sight of trees, dew, fields, birds, and flowers. Even though we may not have the exact same type of birds trees, flowers or birds that Robert is referring to we know how he feels, which plays into the impact of the poem. Due to how the poem is short, simple and easy to understand makes it very easy to identify with. This poem is not complicated and it simply describes how a man away from his home feels.
Top reasons why exotic tropical flowers have been so popular When it comes to naming top flowers that most flower lovers adore, exotic tropical flowers top the list. This is because of its breathtaking and exquisite look. Exotic flowers range from gingers, orchids and heliconias among others. These flowers are easy to grow and maintain as they grow naturally in areas with tropical climate. Exotic tropic flowers are well known as they can be used to decorate various events, both indoor and outdoor.
The people in the forest have little common with the reality. Creating poems, exquisitely polite and constantly sighing they are actually not much different from the high class. “The courtly mode of the pastoral allowed its practitioners a covert language of jokes and innuendoes which W. Shakespeare exploits in his pastoral play” (Dusinberre